The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 24, 1947 · Page 4
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I PAGE FOUR British to Crack Down on Fascists in Liverpool And London Alerted To Enforce Old Law LONDON, Sept. 24. (UP)— A high government source reported todny that the government- had ordered a sbepped-up campaign to crush i\ revival of Fascism In Britain as manifested in recent mass meetings in the slum urea of the London East, End. The government source said (he Home Office had directed police to watch closely London meetings and similar ones in Liverpool and other industrial centers where followers of Sir Oswald Mosley, the British Fascist leader, have been active. "The police have been instructed to record, carefully the statements of the 'speakers at these gatherings with a view. to prosecution o[ persons guilty of Incitement to violence against the Jewish community," the -spokesman said. '.-... He said the existing laws were- sufficient to deal with the situation, in tlie government's view, and that the new campaign was directed at "closer application of the e'x- ' isting law." . .The campaign was described as BL,YTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER.NEWS. Labor Leaders Silence Radios in Fort Smith FORT SMITH. Ark., Sept. 24.— (UP)—Engineers anc( managers of Fort 'Smith's three radio illations were bjlleved near a settlement today of .1 dispute which began Monday. Informed sources said there was "reason to believe" Hint the stations would resume broadcasting todny. The engineers failed to show up lor work -Monday, after a meelins of the local branch of the A. K. of L. Electrical Workers Union. However prior to last night no demands wen- marie by the engineers of tlio employers. resulting from pressure, by the Labor Party nnd complaints from nonpolitical groups "who arc increas- InBly concerned over the nasty situation in the East End." The law against incitnient to violence against public law and order Is of broad scope, (lie source observed. "The mere holding of Fascist beliefs Is not ground for prosecution, but active anti-Semitism is." la- said. "The law gives consideration to where a sfaienient is made— that is, a flagrant null-Semitic, statement,made.- publicly in an area where there Is a Jewish population is grounds for prosecution." Heretofore, lie. said, police had been concerned mainly with the maintenance of order at the meetings. Now, however, they were under orders to record (he proceedings, Hitler of Musicdom Generous: Allows Music Students to Play SALESMAN WANTED TO SELL VENETIAN BLINDS . .Requirements: .Age 30 to 55; Married; Must Have Car'; -Reference Required; Good Proposition to Hie Man Who Can Qualify; Make Application in Own Handwriting. * Jf TenArKyMo Venetian Blind Mfg. Co. 3M-20 S. -Illi St., 'Union City, Tenn. (Wholesale Only) CHICAGO, Sept. 24. (UP)—Junior coulrt tootle his trumpet over the airwaves today without raising tlie dander of J.xmes C. Pctrillo's Anu-rIcfu: Federation 91 Musicians. But only umicr certiiln conditions. The AFM nnd two national ccln- ce.tional orijanizations signed u "code of ethics" listing tlie functions where music pui:!!;; could participate without nibbing against Ihe union. Fperifically. the leni;thy. involved "cocii!" defined what types of programs were to be reserved strictly lor professional musicians ami those in which amtitcuis and stiHlcn::* could play. The code will be effective one yei'r. . students covered include I hose In public and parochial scliool.-i. colleges and universities. It was signed by Petrlllo for Ihc union, Luther A, Hichmnn, president of Ihe Musis Educators National Conference, and Hcrrjld C. Html, president of the American Association ol S:liool Administrators. The pact stipulated that the "field of entertainment is tlie province of ihe prole-ssional musician" including "civic parades, ceremonies, expositions, community concerts] community center activities, regattas, non-scholastic contests, festivals, athletic names, activities or celebrations, anil .the like." The union clinched Its hold on | the entertainment field by including in clause that "stutcments that funds l.are not available for the employ- iinenl of professional musicians . '. . or thai the amateur musicians are to play without remuneration of any kind, are immaterial." Student musicians will he-permit - ted to play nl school Umclions inti- ated as part, ol school programs, at school exhibits, or In "educational iion-prof)t-nuiking. however. ATTENTION PROPERTY OWNERS Protect and Preserve Your Roof Have;me to inspect your roof now, before bad weather and winter sets in. Eddie Salibo ^ Roofing Contractor f.et me solve your roofing problems Phone 2536 Hlytheville, Ark. Stossen Urges 'Plain Speaking' In UN Assembly CLEVELAND, Scut. 24. (UP) — Harold Slassen. advocating a pr,lioy »f "plain sneaking" in the United Nations, said yesterday he believed that neither Utissla nor the United States wants war but added Hint "we cannot be completely confident of a continuation of that liosltlon" regarding Russia. The avowed candidate for the OOP presidential nomination told tlie 'American Bar Association convent ion that the United Nations Assembly must have a direct rc- cof;uilio)i of the basic clash of ideologies and an open discussion of both economic systems. "In other words." he said, "the emphasis should be shifted to economic problems and these should NEW GROUND GRIP t IRE OUT-CLEANS OUT-PULLS OUT-LASTS Hundreds of field tests prove the new Firestone Champion Ground Grip Tractor Tire cleans up to 100% more effectively, pulls up to 62% «orc, l»sts up to 91% longer and gives a smoother ride than any other tractor Sire. 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The other half will bo chosen from the areas of Kurt- and Sascho, and will .serve as the control group in the study. i Two Texas Youths Held \tn Jail at Texarkana TEX-AKKANA, Ark., Sept. 24, tUf) — T'A'O Texas boys were in a rexarkana Jail today facing charge.-; of murder with malice in connection with the --hit and run" death of one of their companions The boys were Identified as Lcm K Johnson and A. D Rm-cr of Clarksvillc. Tex. Billy Joe Ward l!). also of Clarksville, died Sunday in a Texarkana hospital. According to officers, six Clarks- vllle hoys who came to Texarkana In Johnson's car got Into an argu- WEDNESDAY, ; SEPTEMBER 24, 1947 Eisenhower Tells Press MORGANTOWN, W. Va. Sept 24 (UP)—Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower declared yesterday that he wanted "nothing to do with politics." but left the way open for a change of mind. - Here to receive an honorary degree from West Virginia University, the Army Chief of Stuff replied, when asked if he would accept the Republican nomination for president: "I want nothing to do with politics. I want no political office, and I mean it." Then he added: "T have seen men change even their religion." Gen. Eisenhower good luimorediy pleaded with reporters to "please lay off me for once on polities." Commenting on international affairs, the general said his own hopes for Russian cooperation in world order had dimmed since the end of hostilities, when he said there was an ail- of friendliness expressed bv Russian leaders. •' 'Now thai hope has receded very, very far on the horizon." He told a press conference thai he was "certain that, our own form of government could function alongside that of others." "And i am certain Hint it would be to Ihe advantage of Russia to do so," he said. "I believe she is misguided.' 1 • : 1 Lost Rites Conducted ' For Leader of Baptists LITTLE ROCK, -Ark.. Sept. 24.— <UP>—Funeral .services were conducted today in Little Rock for D:-. O. J. Wnde, 77. former president of the Arkansas <Baptist Convention. Dr. Wade was president of the Conwny school for three years and president of Ihe convention lor two years. He had also been a member of the convention's executive council, and for 20 years served as a member of (he Sunday School Board. be continuously 'studied ancl~d<> baled. "The United Nations should be recognized at this singe as an organization (lint cannot maintain peace by military force, but can only bring to bear moral force It would endeavor to have the basic competition of .systems decided on the economic and ideological fronts rather, than by war." FARM LOANS At Lowest Rate Long Term Quick Service A. F. Dietrich United Insurance 10G S. 1st. 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Although 110 deputies were absent when the vote was taken. parliamentary observers pointed out that DC Gnspcri's Christian Democratic Party stood alone in the balloting. They said the defeat would bolster the anti-government campaign aimed at bringing Communist back into the cabinet. Scattered independents and Daws O. K. Garage 120 Lilly St. General Auto Repairing Radiator Cleaning & Repair Painting & Body Repair Welding:, All Types AH Work Guaranteed Phone 805 Rightists joined the Leftist coalition In defeating the proposed a- mcndment. Two members of the Common Man Pnrty abstained, but six other.-) voted against the government. Thirty-eight Christian) democratic deputies were absent. The amendment would have provided for direct representation in the upper chamber of th eproposed bicameral legislature for "established social groups," such as business men and artists; Wages War on Gamblers 'LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Sept. 24.— (UP)—Five distributors of slot machines in Little Rock arc scheduled for a hearing on Oct. 15 in municipal court. Meanwhile, Pulaski County Pro- secuting Attorney Edwin Dimaway issued n warning to violators or roteiuial violators. Dunaway indicated tliat he will continue his all-oul efforts again' (jumbling devices until all are gon from liu- comity. Phone 3371 Night Phones 2527 and 2903 WALPOLE ELECTRIC Complete Electrical Store Wiring - Fixtures - Appliances 117 So. Second St. Blytheville, Ark. Free Estimates on All Work FREE! FREE! FREE! 2 17-Jewel Watches 1 Emerson Radio Given Away Absolutely Free! 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